Tag Archives: High Noon

A Symphonic Night at the Movies: High Noon, with the Utah Symphony, February 17, 2018

by Warren M. Sherk An iconic film, High Noon. An orchestra, the Utah Symphony, that has been performing in the West since 1940. For “A Symphonic Night at the Movies” the film and orchestra came together as one at Maurice Abravanel … Read More…

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February 2018
Film in Concert: High Noon

The Utah Symphony will perform Dimitri Tiomkin’s original score for High Noon live to film on Saturday, February 17, at 7 p.m. in Abravanel Hall in Salt Lake City. Tickets: Utah Symphony High Noon is a gripping Western morality play … Read More…

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September 2013
Cease Fire: High Noon in Korea

by Warren M. Sherk (Fifth in an occasional series on Tiomkin’s lesser-known film scores) “The dramatic story you are about to see was actually filmed on the battlefields of Korea,” declares the opening title card for Cease Fire, a 1953 … Read More…

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High Noon Symphonic Suite

A concert suite for High Noon—aimed at professional symphony orchestras—is available from the Hal Leonard Corporation. The music by Dimitri Tiomkin is arranged by Christopher Palmer and Patrick Russ. The seven-minute suite consists of the Theme (“Do Not Forsake Me … Read More…

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November 2012
High Noon concert suite published by Hal Leonard

A concert suite for High Noon is the second Symphony Pops series release from the Hal Leonard Corporation featuring film music by Dimitri Tiomkin. A concert suite for It’s a Wonderful Life was previously issued. The High Noon package (HL 04491074), … Read More…

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